The Sun finally removed Jeremy Clarkson’s horrific column on Monday evening

To recap, last Friday, the Sun published a horrifying, violent and racist screed written by Jeremy Clarkson. The screed was aimed at the Duchess of Sussex, and Clarkson fantasized in his column about wanting Meghan to be stripped naked and marched through the streets as people fling feces at her. Meghan just exists and thrives and these disgusting old men feel the need to put their violent fantasies about her into print. Following the publication of that misogynistic fantasy in the Sun, Clarkson faced a wave of condemnation in all quarters except for royal quarters. Clarkson, you see, had just been to lunch with Queen Camilla when he wrote his column, and the palace’s silence on the matter spoke volumes about their complicity, if not Camilla’s explicit order to Clarkson. So, what’s new? Well, the Sun finally removed the column yesterday evening, replacing it with Clarkson’s tweet on the matter:

This is not an apology or an acknowledgement that writing and publishing violent, racist fantasies about a woman is unacceptable and vile. The Sun seems to be acting as if the removal of the article is the end of the story. It is not. There’s still outrage in the UK and abroad. More than 60 MPs have now written letters to the Sun’s editor – a woman named Victoria Newton – to demand a more formal apology to Meghan and for Clarkson to face serious consequences. Nicola Sturgeon – who was also name-checked in Clarkson’s column – also condemned Clarkson and the column.

So, what will actually be done? Probably next to nothing. Edward Faulks, the conservative minister who chairs Ipso (the Independent Press Standards Organisation), was scheduled to have dinner last night with Rupert Murdoch (owner of the Sun)… but Faulks canceled the dinner when the Guardian called him out. Ipso has received over 12,000 complaints about Clarkson’s column.

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  1. Heather says:

    That the RF did not immediately condemn this BS article proves everything H&M said correct. The RF is in bed with the press and manipulate it to their advantage. And the fact that Camilla is chummy with the likes of JC is horrific.

    I’ve said it before and I believe this to my core: the RF will not survive past KCIII.

    • Tacky says:

      This explains why they are so worried about what Harry will write about Camilla.

      • Heather says:

        100%!! I kept wondering what that was about. I bet the book will also accuse her of contributing to the demise of his parents marriage. I think Harry tolerated her (for his fathers sake) and then once he married Maghan, he saw her true colors.

    • Seaflower says:

      I said it in a comment yesterday. Tampon’s mistress has no moral authority to be the patron for anything about violence towards women.

      • StephB says:

        I can’t tell if I was more shocked or more disappointed to find out that the Sun’s editor is a woman. It’s too early in the morning to start a nuanced conversation about how salt island white women have no problem at all trafficking in misogyny and anti-blackness against a woman who actively supports ALL women

      • AnnaKist says:

        I said yesterday that Clarkson’s non-apology is straight out sarcasm. He is a disgusting maggot, doing Rupert Murdoch‘s bidding like a good little puppet, because Murdoch hates Meghan even more than Clarkson hates her. Why? Who the hell knows, but it is all mixed up with misogyny, sexism, racism, and some sick obsession he also has with her, and that’s why that filth was allowed to be published.

      • New.Here says:

        I wish I could upvote this 100 times @Seaflower.

    • vs says:

      I am not British but seeing their reactions to everything Meghan, a lot of them are like Maga over here. So I do think the rf will survive but the other countries will most likely drop them… W will end up being a king constrained to 🇬🇧. I highly doubt any of them will venture into the 🇺🇸 any time soon

      • AlpineWitch says:

        Likely not the UK either, if they continue to attack Scotland and its elected First Minister like this, the Scots will be independent way before Willoser becomes king.
        King of England is what he’ll be left with.

        I miss Scotland and I’d like to leave England, it’s full of Jeremy Clarksons up here in the North (I’m not even a PoC, I’m a naturalised white British but I constantly get where I’m originally from so I can go back there…)

    • Ginger says:

      And this proves how stupid the RF are. They had a perfect opportunity to prove H&M wrong and issue a statement calling Clarkson out and demanding the article to be removed but it was crickets on their part. Instead, they prove H&M right and now they are being dragged for being racist and awful. Good job RF. Morons. And the rota says the RF are the gold standard in PR lol

      • harpervalleypta says:

        The BRF didn’t even have to demand the article be taken down. They couldn’t even put together the most basic lukewarm response of something like, “The Queen Consort finds the article unfortunate in light of her work preventing violence against women”. Even calling up their favorite rotarats: “The QC was saddened by the article. She works with women who have experienced violence and thinks her friend went too far.” Blah blah blah

        But nope, couldn’t even do that, and in not doing a damn thing they proved to so many people on the fence about the H&M doc that they were right.

      • ThatsNotOkay says:

        @Harpervalleypta (loved that show, btw) Camilla cannot call this out because she dictated it! Jeremy Clarkson would call bullshit on any attempt she made to condemn him or the article, and all hell would break loose for the monarchy, when it was revealed Camilla as one of the original and persistent shit stirrers and liars in the Firm. And she has Charles’s backing on anything she does. He made his bed with this pig. Now lie in it and rot.

      • molly says:

        It was SUCH a softball to come out and condemn this, and they totally whiffed.

        Like, I literally could have seen a world where a more savvy comms shop said, “call up someone at the papers and get them to write something unhinged and super creepy about how much they hate Meghan. We’ll come out with a statement 60 seconds later condemning it, they can immediately take it down, we get to look like the good guys, and Meghan looks like a whiney liar. Goooo, team!”

        Instead, only the first part happened and….. nothing else. Just Meghan looking 1000% correct in her assessment of how the RF and the press treat her and why they left.

      • HuffnPuff says:

        The RF only likes to use pettiness to show H&M were wrong like when the royal women all showed up to that Christmas thing in burgundy. They also like to pretend that they aren’t paying attention when we all know darn well that they are (also shown by my example). Furthermore, they aren’t going to comment on JC’s opinion because they back it 100%. And now they want H&M to come to the coronation. What a dysfunctional family.

      • My opinion says:

        I think they would like to call it out for the public facing aspect but that invisible contract has them silenced. As awful as that article was, it just tipped the whole shebang in the sussexes favor.

      • Lara (the other) says:

        I think they have enough dirt on the C&C to force them into silence, even if they would like to speak out against the article to save their own skins.
        Cambs must have enough dirty secrets to be affraid of Harrys Memoir and as the same time has to dance to the tune of the RRats.
        I wonder if this racist and sexist text was to stirr controversy and yank the royals chain at the same time.

      • Carmen says:

        The Washington Post commented that Camilla has been “dragged” into the fray. That despicable old hag didn’t get dragged into anything, she put herself there. Now the stink is all over her and all her efforts at deflection aren’t going to wash it off.

    • Tessa says:

      Camilla will probably have the nerve to show up at women’s shelters looking concerned. I hope some administrators of the shelters complain

      • Josephine says:

        I’m not sure her face does “concerned.” She always looks completely blotted or bitter. She doesn’t seem to be able to function.

      • Debbie says:

        Not only does that face of Camilla’s not do “concerned” as you put it, but I got a distinct feeling of have she must have manipulated Diana during the early years of her marriage to Charles by the second picture about. It looks like a cat with canary feathers in its mouth as she stands smirking next to Meghan. Meanwhile, Meghan seems like she’s trying to look composed but there are still signs of tension and inner distress on her face and neck. So, I’d like to know who the genius was who picked Camilla as the royal supporter of abused women. Was Andrew not available?

    • Chantal says:

      @StephB Word on the Twitter streets is that the Sun’s editor is a good friend of C-Rex. Damn, Chuck sucks all day every day!

    • Nicki says:

      The RF is silent on the sexualized violence of that grotesque column but they did manage to immediately correct the record that Cams only attended that lunch, and wasn’t the host. They tell on themselves with every breath.

      • Jais says:

        Even if she didn’t host, it’s unbelievable that she did not know who would attend. I’d argue she had a say in the guest list if she didn’t create it herself.

      • Feeshalori says:

        Agreed, Jais, I’m sure she not only knew who was on that guest list, she approved and and/or created it. And I’ll bet the “host “ was just a blind for who was actually throwing that lunch.

    • Susi says:

      Not only nothing from the BRF, but i wonder where is Toxic Tom??? I would be beyond devastated if someone would talk about my Child in that Manner…..
      Everything they said in the Doc is more than True, it is even much much worse…

      This is so sad, and the Editor was a Woman, that proves Women are very often part of the Problem….

    • HK9 says:

      I think you’re right.

    • Bad Janet says:

      They didn’t defend her – this goes so far behind “never complain, never explain.” They can, and they should, and they have, but they will not. Not for her. And it’s obvious why. To hell with these people.

      They had the best assets the Crown had available and threw them away for a petulant, bratty future king and his spoiled wife, if the monarchy will even outlast King Charles. They could have been Diana + Diana, as if Charles didn’t have all the personality of a soppy rag. It’s absolutely unbelievable how stupid and short sighted they are, for one thing, but shocking how callous and cruel they have been to both Harry and Meghan. Harry has been forced to watch his wife endure the same treatment his mother did, knowing it killed her, and fearing it resulted in Meghan’s miscarriage. With Meghan, they took a woman who was motivated and enjoying life and looking forward to making a difference, and let -encouraged- the press to eviscerate her to the point she felt suicidal, and wouldn’t even allow her to get help.

      They SUCK. All of them. Their misguided self importance will be their downfall and I’m looking forward to the day the entire British monarchy is hoisted by its own petard.

    • Geegee says:

      How the hell does camilla get away with claiming violence against women is one of her causes while sanctioning this. How is No one pointing out the hypocrisy

  2. Sugarhere says:

    This is not over just yet. The next thing is to remove that ghoulish man. Demote him. He has already fired himself out of the realm of decency. Let’s help him out.

    • Paulkid says:

      Yes, demote Clarkson, Charles and his pet hag.

      • Brassy Rebel says:

        The editor of The Sun was interviewed on the BBC Sunday morning, long after this story went viral. She wasn’t asked a single question about Clarkson or his abhorrent column. I’m American and used to think the BBC was the gold standard in journalism. Now I know better.

      • Jais says:

        That was Laura Kuenssberg who did not once ask about Clarkson, lobbed a softball to Victoria Newman, and nodded along as the editor of the sun talked about how nice they were in their coverage of Meghan. Not one question about Clarkson. Collusion of the press and a massive dereliction of duty as a journalist. Zero journalism was shown in that interview and this is the BBC’s big sunday politics show. What a farce and epically tragic.

      • abritdebbie says:

        @Brassy Rebel and @Jais, the conservative government have been slowly putting in people that support their ideals into BBC governance. It is starting to show.

      • Julia K says:

        The BBC has been chosen to air the kings ‘ Christmas address, freezing out the competition. A big ” thank you ” it seems?

      • Liz Version 700k says:

        Absolutely! That was not an apology that was a taunt. He is relishing that he used violent fantasies against women to get publicity and if he hurt her to bonus. All of them need to go.

  3. Becks1 says:

    The GOT reference was not the only problem in that column, although it was one of the bigger problems and I also admit that I did not finish reading the column.

    But the part about how he hates Meghan with every cell in his being, how he can’t sleep at night from hating her – that was just super disturbing. I know he would say he was exaggerating for effect or something, but I don’t think there was much exaggeration there. This woman is bothering people so much that they can’t sleep bc she is happy instead of literally being dragged through the streets.

    I can’t believe that article got published, let alone stayed up until Monday.

    • Jasper says:

      I said it on another thread, but it reveals a lot about Clarkson and how threatened he is by women, especially those in positions of authority or relative prominence. The editor who so willingly let that pass should have realised that she fits the bill as someone he might be wishing humiliation upon as well.

    • s808 says:

      That part was very disturbing, he should be on some sort of watchlist.

      • Tisme says:

        s808…yes totally. He has no fear about showing how fawking deranged he is. He should be on a watchlist for sure.

    • Ula10 says:

      Yep. His anger towards her is very disturbing, and I have no doubt he meant it.

      He also wrote some nasty things about Harry in that article.

    • BayTampaBay says:

      Many Brits are stepping up to the plate and voicing their opinions in the name of what is right.

      The latest on Clarkson from “The Guardian”:

      • Duch says:

        Thanks for the link @Bay – that was a good read. And how the suxxesses are winning the narrative in the US.

      • Jaded says:

        Good read BTB, at least one paper is coming forward with it’s disgust.

      • Isabella says:

        Thanks for posting that story.” More than 60 cross-party MPs have written to the Sun’s editor, Victoria Newton, to demand an apology and “action taken” against Clarkson for the column where he said Meghan should be paraded through the streets naked.”

    • LadyMTL says:

      I’m just baffled that anyone decided it was okay to publish such a violent, hate-filled, misongynistic screed in the first place. It was one of the most disgusting things I’ve ever read period, full stop. Okay sure, the Sun is hardly a bastion of good taste but still!

      I really hope heads roll over this, but somehow I doubt that any will.

    • Brassy Rebel says:

      I haven’t seen GOT, but someone pointed out that the scene he was referencing in that series is misogynistic too and never should have aired. In other words, just because it was in GOT doesn’t make it right.

      • C says:

        I mean not to mention the entire point of that scene was to show that an extremely dangerous fundamentalist regime was controlling things and committing horrible abuse. It’s not even “normal” in the context of the show.

      • Becks1 says:

        @C – right. It was a problematic scene even for GOT in a “this is getting really bad” kind of way. And it is also about trying to take a powerful woman down a peg or two.

    • Louisa says:

      If he can’t sleep at night because he is so filled with hatred of someone he has never even met, he is clearly very disturbed and needs help NOW. Because this is just not normal behaviour.

    • Josephine says:

      white men are the real snowflakes. he is so undone by the mere existence of a woman of color. he sounds deeply insecure and immature. what a soft little weiner he is.

    • Weetzie says:

      @Becks1 I’m with you, I didn’t think the GOT reference was the worst part. I didn’t know who Rose West was so read up on her last night and now that I know, I kind of wish I didn’t it’s so sickening he compared MM and NS to serial killer/rapist/child abuser. What the fuck is wrong with these people?

  4. Emmi says:

    That tweet enrages me. Oh no, dear ol’ grandpa has been a little too colourful in his remarks! STFU. Just shut the EFF up. All I’m reading is “I shall learn about dog whitles and not be quite so openly hateful in the future.”

    He will be fine though. And whenever anyone whines and bitches about “cancel culture”, I will forever point to this triple-chinned old tosser to prove that’s not a thing. Because he will be fine.

    • Marichendd says:

      The problem in Britain is they REALLY are racist and living in the fake grandeur of their collonial past. And by “them” I mean the white, privileged POSs.
      Brexit didn’t happen because Brits hated immigrants. It happened (and they were openly admitting it at the time) because those immigrants — who did all the jobs the Brits were too lazy to do — had the same rights under the EU law. THAT was what enraged the likes of JC, oh, I mean the “good old days”, the “proper tradition”…
      They would never swallow a WOC in the midst of theyir all-white RF. Because RF is the last straw of white collonial power they can still hold on to. As long as they have the RF representing them, resisting any democratic change, they can still feel superior. Who cares about the nurses’ and ambulance workers’ strikes, the failing National Health System, or the scorn from the rest of the civilized world. It’s all worth it for them.
      So Meghan was doomed from the start. And I respect Harry immensely to look past the racial bias and prejudice (“Oh, no, no racism here — we are just funny, aren’t we?) and got his family out of there.

      • AlpineWitch says:

        They’re not just racists, they’re xenophobic too. I got attacked twice in the aftermath of the EU referendum and I’m a white EU citizen. They just hate anyone who’s not white or alternatively white but not born in the UK.

        Megan could never make it and I admire her so much for what she did.

      • ArtHistorian says:

        One of my more distant relation of mine lived in England for years with her Belgian husband. post-Brexit they left because they felt really unwelcome because they are Belgian and Danish (and EU citizens as well). The racism has always been quite present but the xenophobia has really ramped up in the last 5-6 years. I lived in the UK 15 years ago and I never felt unwelcome so there’s been a sea change since then.

      • keeks says:

        Alpinewitch, they were always like this, it’s not just the Brexit era. I was there on a school trip for two weeks in 2005 – white EU citizens – and we ( five 14 and 15 year olds) got attacked with baseball bats by a group of 30 20somethings just because we were foreigners. Fun times being driven back to our host families in cop cars lol.

    • Eurydice says:

      He’ll continue to be openly hateful because that’s what he has always been and what his bosses have paid for all of these years.

  5. vs says:

    By doing all of this, the rf and BM have turned Meghan into an extremely powerful figure completely eclipsing all of them at every single sight of her … W wanted to be in the headlines; his attacks went too far and now Meghan is reaching a level of fame that is almost scary! The rf will regret the day they decided to let the dogs attack Meghan

    • Honey says:

      Agree. With this, and especially after the docuseries, the BRF with its silence has conceded any and all moral ground.

      They will come out—if they come out with something—it will likely say that H&M aren’t working royals and that the BRF was waiting to take cues from H&M spokespeople on this but of course they abhor and do not support violence against women in any form. They will probably mention IPSO as well.

  6. Eleonor says:

    Clarkson must face consequences, he is a racist misogynistic a-hole, but those who published his rant are not better if even worst.

    • Heather says:

      Completely agree! I would not be surprised to see H&M sue The Sun over this. This was a dog whistle meant to instigate violence against her. He needs to be fired and needs to face consequences. I bet H&M are watching to see what – if anything – is done and will sue accordingly.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        Heather, this may be what the Sun wants–for H&M to sue. Then they get to do what they did to her before and ask for lots of stuff that has nothing to do with the lawsuit.

        I think the tabloid press in the UK wants Meghan to respond–they really hate it that she ignores them. I’m starting to think that the people who run these publications don’t have a brain cell between them if they thought this was the way to go about it.

        Well, if the government, brf and bm are hoping for condemnation globally and another hit to their country, they accomplished that. They obviously don’t care what the UK reputation is worldwide. Why?

    • Jais says:

      A dream consequence would be for Amazon to drop his show. Not sure they’ll drop it since it’s already been filmed but they can v publicly say they will not produce another season. Actually, I think the series is produced by ITV and airs on Amazon prime?

  7. Nanny to the Rescue says:

    Clarckson’s “apology” is basicly Gee hee, I ruffled some feathers, you guys are too sensitive.
    Nothing unexpected from him, really.

    They waited this long to remove it because in the meantime they got tens of thousands of clicks from it. They’re probably really happy with the result.

    • Tessa says:

      The they are too sensitive comment by the loser

      • Georgevna says:

        Honestly, if he had *wanted* to show that Harry & Meghan have a valid point about the media, he couldn’t have done it better.

        The lack of response from the BRF isn’t surprising, but it is appalling. Use the fucking megaphone of your privilege and issue a statement. This one is a NO BRAINER.

    • ArtHistorian says:

      This column and the furor it has caused is such a perfect example of what David Olusuga called the outrage industry that thrives in the media and the british media especially. I kills me that not only was this screed published but that part of the reason it was published was probably that it would provoke outrage and thus drive clicks, which equal money. It sometimes feel like even when we protest we can’t win because our rightful outrage is part of the financial calculus.

    • SadieMae says:

      Right? “Oh dear, I’ve put my foot in it” is for a minor social gaffe. It’s not like you got her name wrong at a party, buddy.

    • Feeshalori says:

      And his “clumsy reference to a scene in GOT.” Spare me, clumsy is when you trip over your own feet or drop your mom’s favorite plate. This was out and out calculating and intentional. And no direct apology to Meghan in particular and women in general. May his teeth continue to rot and all manner of hellfire befall those who allowed this ish to be published.

  8. DouchesOfCambridge says:

    I boiled when I read it was taken down at JC’s request. WHAT?! It would’ve been left there?! Too proud. No balls. I hate the UK press

  9. Beana says:

    It is my fervent wish that the Commonwealth will end during Charles’ reign, and that the Monarchy will end during William’s.

    After how complicit Charles was in the public and private abuse of Diana, and how complicit they have BOTH been in the abuse of Harry and Meghan, it’s the least that karma can do.

    • notasugarhere says:

      The Commonwealth is made up of 54 nations, only 15 of which have the Windsors as unelected head of state. 14 of them should call for elections and dump the Windsors/monarchy immediately. The 15th, the UK, will hopefully be broken to pieces soon with Scotland and Northern Ireland leading the way. The Commonwealth itself should call for new elections and dump Charles as their defacto president.

  10. Digital Unicorn says:

    There was a whole ‘apology’ hashtag about this on UK twitter yesterday and it was beautiful – he was dragged and dragged hard. As was the RF.

    Am no fan of Nicola Sturgeon but am sure Clarkson is still receiving treatment for the burns she gave him. LOL

    The more the RF hide their heads up the collective asses about this the worse they look – at some point the media will go with the public feeling and start dropping their payload on them. Murdoch can’t control Social Media and the tide is turning on MSM as people now see that these organisations are not as ‘impartial’ as they claim to be.

    • AlpineWitch says:

      Clarkson should have been permanently removed from all media and sent into obscurity when he punched that BBC employee and caused the demise of Top Gear. But he appeals to the misogynistic racist crowd and the incels, so of course he found a way to come back.

      Let that vile human mistake fade into permanent obscurity (worse than anything for him, so it should serve him right).

      • SomeChick says:

        This is what they are saying over on jalopnik. They don’t want him as the face of car enthusiasts! The comments were interesting to read, because no one there really seems to care about the brf, but they were roundly condemning him and calling him out for being violent and racist. He’s awful and I hope there will be actual consequences.

      • Feeshalori says:

        I hope they contacted Amazon to remove his shows streaming there.

  11. UnstrungPearl says:

    By staying silent they have set a precedent, this will haunt them anytime they speak about DV, bullying, racism or women’s rights. The next time they release a statement condemning something they will be reminded of this. So stupid, mean and shortsighted. They will lose the younger generations completely.

  12. tamsin says:

    I am outraged at his disgusting “apology.” It is as vile as the original article- laughing at and making light of the outrage over his article. Why has this not become a police matter? It is inciting violence against a public figure.

  13. PrincessK says:

    Action is important! Things are gaining momentum! Women MPs in the House of Commons have signed a letter condemning Clarkson and the media that aids and abets such obscenity:

    Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London has complained too

    ‘Hacked Off’ has a petition we can sign which is to get the government to act on press misogyny by implementing independent press regulation to protect ALL victims of press abuse. this is the petition:

    Just making comments about it is not enough we must take some action and register our feelings:

    Complaints to IPSO have doubled since yesterday to 12,000 and it will go higher.

    • Fortuona says:

      It sits at 17,000 at the moment

      • Cessily says:

        Hopefully that will rise, I read that complaints are still coming in. This oversight organization has done nothing in eight years, if they ignore a large number of complaints maybe they can trigger a real investigation of the media practices there that has consequences.

      • Isabella says:

        Now at 20,000 complaints

    • Denise says:

      Thank you so much for posting this @Princessk

      I am a paid advertising manager of a big hotel chain in UK and I wrote to the Sun that they will never see one single penny of my sizeable advertising budget.

      We can all make a difference in our way. Every single email counts

    • equality says:

      Thanks for the links.

    • Chantal says:

      @PrincessK Thank you for these links!

    • C says:

      Thanks for these. I’m adding this here too in addition to the Daily Mail post:

      Number for The Royal Family in case anyone decides to call and ask why they are doing nothing about this harassment. We know why they won’t say anything, but that’s no reason why we can’t call and let them know we know what’s happening.
      Buckingham Palace information office: (+44) (0)20 7930 4832.

  14. C-Shell says:

    Well, neither Clarkson nor the Scum is likely to face any meaningful consequences, but it’s interesting to witness how out of touch these insular, salty British trolls are that they fuck around unaware of the power of global outrage expressed in real time on social and mainstream media. I hope they enjoy the Finding Out phase.

  15. Amy Bee says:

    Ipso will exonerate Clarkson and the Sun. They have never ruled against a newspaper or journalist. I think the Queen’s presence provided cover for Camilla’s awfulness. Camilla has no-one to hide behind now and her inauthenticity and hypocrisy are being exposed.

  16. Ginger says:

    The only good thing that came from this horrible article is the amount of love and support Meghan has received. It’s off the charts. No other member of the RF would ever receive that amount of support. It absolutely has to kill them to see how loved Meghan is. Their smear campaign didn’t work. It did the opposite.

    • PrincessK says:

      Yes, it has also come at a time when the Sussexes are speaking about their experiences and the world was watching, and the world will be watching even more intently now.

      Buckingham Palace is in a double bind.
      1. If they make a statement people will ask, why now?
      2. The media that supports the Palace will say, hey are you turning on us, we thought we had a deal with you?
      3. Charles and William are petrified of doing anything that will shine a light on their secrets.

      The royals are treading a tightrope here and are on dodgy ground too.
      They sighed relief when Ngozi Fulani agreed to sit down with Hussey for PR, but they did not know that their good repugnant friend Jeremy Clarkson was going to destroy it all.

  17. C says:

    They removed the article because Clarkson asked them, apparently. Which means, it is not an act of remorse. In any way. He’s merely trying to avoid more heat. And it is as if it was never removed, in my eyes.

    Clarkson has made terrible, horrible comments before, and has always been excused. It is no wonder that he thought no one would bat an eye at this.

    • Tessa says:

      There should be a call for the sun editor to be fired. Leaving that trash article up is inexcusable.

    • Flower says:

      Just came into say this.

      This was not an editorial decision, rather just Jeremy Clarkson saving his £160m Grand Tour deal with amazon.

      I am pretty sure that deal contains a morality clause, which Amazon decided he had violated with that column.

      So whilst the UK may not have any strict legal recourse with him, he is still an ambassador for Amazon, a US Company who can pull his plug at any time.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        Flower, I hope that Amazon cancels him. Maybe if there are consequences in the wider world, these vile people will modify their behavior (I know, I’m dreaming.)

    • Wilma says:

      It’s The Sun. This is who they are. There’s a reason The Sun isn’t sold in Liverpool and it’s because they love to go to the absolute gutter on everything.

      • Isabella says:

        The Sun’s former editor now is an editor at The Times, the most prestigious newspaper in UK. That is horrifying. But what we’ve learned to expect. Everybody in bed with royal family and in love with clickbait.

        This was the sequence that led to Clarkson’s horrific screed. This was in February:
        Tony Gallagher has today been appointed deputy editor of The Times as he steps down as editor in chief of The Sun after four years.

        Victoria Newton, currently editor of The Sun on Sunday, is appointed editor in chief of The Sun.

        This remark on Victoria’s appointment hasn’t aged well. Robert Thomson, chief executive, News Corp said:

        “Victoria is a thoughtful, perspicacious leader, whose empathetic editorial approach will enhance The Sun’s unique connection with its millions of readers. Popular papers are popular for a reason, in that they forge close relationships with readers and communities, and Victoria will bring a true understanding of contemporary Britain and its imperatives to the role. She is a fearless campaigner for her readers and for her society.

      • C says:

        Oh, I know what they are like. That didn’t stop me from emailing them to tell them their editor should resign immediately.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        Isabella, this part, “Victoria will bring a true understanding of contemporary Britain and its imperatives to the role” is putting it out there that the Sun is reflective of “contemporary Britain” is horrifying. The Sun wants the world to view the UK this way? Really?

  18. ChattyCath says:

    Pushback is happening. Leading article by Ross Clark ‘defending’ Free Speech and saying that JC ‘played into Sussex supporters hands ‘. I feel sick. This cruel horrible country.

    • Tessa says:

      Yes the bots in dm were talking about free speech. They are defending verbal abuse and threats to an individual. Meghan and harry have rights to live theit lives without being subject to these threats and rants

    • Eurydice says:

      Sure, just like “defender of free speech” Piers Morgan. I’m sure he played into Meghan’s hands by saying she was lying about feeling suicidal.

  19. Tilly says:

    Cowmilla need to me called out too. Why is she continuing to invite these people that continue to attack and disrespect her daughter in law ? The Royal family doesn’t know the real meaning of family.

  20. Tessa says:

    Charles knew Camilla was having the party and the guest list and thought it ok for piers and Jeremy to attend knowing their trash talk about harry and meghan. Such vile behavior.if Camilla were trashed Charles would be whining to the media.

  21. Tilly says:


  22. Denise says:

    As an ex journalist I was horrified. This goes against any professional standards and ethics.

    Even more than Clarkson being cancelled, I want to see chief editor of the Sun giving in her resignation and Sun having to pay a hefty fine for encouraging hate speech. That fine should go to women’s shelters and to victims of abuse.

    The bigger issue is not Clarkson as much as it’s the fact that he was given space to spew his hate and that someone thought his words deserve to be published. There will always be jerks in this world but why are they given any kind of platform or attention is what I’m wondering

  23. Noor says:

    Removing the article is not enough.
    The Sun editor and the publisher should be censured and fined for editorial lapses in publishing the article inciting violence against Meghan.

    Strong action should also be taken against Jeremy Clarkson to give a powerful signal that incitement to violence cannot be tolerated bearing in mind that he has 7 million followers and he claimed that his toxic views on Meghan are shared by people in his generation .

  24. DARK says:

    What people have not mentioned that much in this is that Harry still has his lawsuit against the Sun and unlike many others he has not agreed to settle out of court yet. It is not a coinicidense that it is The Sun that comissioned this piece. Witness intimadation anyone?

    • Flower says:

      Good point – I see they settled with Paul Burrell this morning. Not a fan of his, however I suspect the Sun really made the wrong chess moves on this one as they’re now firmly in the frame.

      This will make Harry and Meghan’s vengeance all the sweeter.

  25. B says:

    More disgusting than the article were Brit broadcasters attempting to justify the article by saying that Meghan has angered a lot of people with her criticism of Britain, the royal family, and that she has brought the royal family into disrepute. Fortunately the person being interviewed pushed back and said Meghan has the right to speak about her lived experience and that its Prince Andrew who has brought the royal family into disrepute not Meghan.

    And this is what the press and royal family miss. The public does not agree with them. BM and the royal family are outraged and want Meghan punished. The royal family want her to fail for daring to leave and the British Media want her destroyed for standing up to them. They can’t do the harm themselves so they are constantly trying to arrange for public violence to be done to her. Think of the escalation from encouraging Brits to boo her, to throw tomatoes and now to throw feces at her.

    The escalation in violent rhetoric for a woman who lives overseas and does charity work doesn’t work on the public. They are trying to frame Meghan as an enemy of the state but everyone can see the documentary. The public can also see more questionable characters being treated better in the media and in that family making it clear that this is a witch hunt. Its the media and that family who have brought Britain into disrepute.

    • Flower says:

      “And this is what the press and royal family miss. The public does not agree with them.”

      ^^ I think this is what I have increasingly noticed these last few months. The press have increasingly bought into the narrative of the troll accounts and recycled the bile of those accounts and green-washed it as legitimate news and a reflection of public sentiment, but when the chips are down there is a chasm between what people read, parrot and really believe.

      This column by Jeremy Clarkson and Harry’s pending court case could not come at a better time to illustrate how delusional the press have become.

      I don’t think Jeremy Clarkson will lose any of his existing deals (too legally messy), and the Sun cannot really justify sacking him as ultimately the publishing of the column should have been down to editorial control as illustrated by the fact that he requested it be taken down as opposed to the other way round.

  26. Mrs. Smith says:

    H&M keep showing up with the great work while Cams and her vile media friends push the boundaries of the bottom of the barrel. The public outrage proves that people are paying attention and watching to see what C&C do (which is probably nothing). Next up, Harry will speak to Anderson, which I think will generate Oprah-like numbers. As H&M keep their chin up, deliver inspired content and positive work, the Drab Four will slowly drown themselves in a muck of their own making.

    • Saucy&Sassy says:

      Mrs. Smith, I don’t know that Harry will be talking with Anderson. The information for that came from the Daily Fail. We know that no one on H&M’s team would ever talk to them. Until we get a legitimate source to tell us about this, I am remaining very skeptical.

      • Carmen says:

        If you Google Prince Harry + Anderson Cooper, several sources come up saying a sit down has been scheduled. None of them are connected with the Daily Mail.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        Carmen, I did just that. This is what I found:

        Instyle named sources: The Mirror and Daily Fail
        MarieClaire sources: The mirror and Daily Fail
        etCanada sources: The Mirror and Daily Fail
        the List sources: The Mirror and Daily Fail

        I could go on, but I think you see what I mean. Who on Harry’s side would go to either of these to announce an interview.

        I will continue to wait with skepticism.

  27. MY3CENTS says:

    I shudder to think if this guy was alive 200 or 300 years ago, he probably could have carried out his evil racist fantasies with no problem.

    • PrincessK says:

      Absolutely. His comments have triggered a lot of anxiety amongst black women because it echoes back to how enslaved women were stripped, beaten, molested and humiliated for centuries by white men. This is what Clarkson, friend to the royals, is continuing to do in the 21st century with the support of the British media and they will NOT get away with it.

      • Liz Version 700k says:

        I thought I could not hate the lot of them more than I do. But, the fact that Clarkson and he Palace have relished traumatizing women and black women in particular makes me so livid. I have really tried to open my eyes and open the eyes of my circle to the ways black women are constantly expected to put up with micro aggressions in recent years…. apparently the Palace and this Jacka$$ expect them to put up with flat out perverted aggression as well. I loathe these entitled evil trolls with all of my being. I might even be incandescent with rage…but I don’t whine when I’m mad I do things. We all need to refuse to let this stand. All of your comments inspire me so much. No quarter to the Clarksons and the sociopathic royals….those days are over…

  28. Mrazi says:

    Too little too late. The media and the Royal family have shown their hands. It was easy to pretend and say that there was no racism, no attacking of Meghan, no collusion with the family, even as we could see it blatantly in the press.

    The fact that Clarkson went to lunch with Camilla, then printed his ugly thoughts and then the Royal family have said nothing, neither the media. The events couldn’t have lined up in a better way to prove beyond a shadow of doubt that racism and misogyny is alive and well and that Meghan is one major target. Their slip has shown and the whole world has seen it.

    What I find surprising is no one is really calling out Charles who is a colossal failure as far as family is concerned. I’m just so sick of the whole thing, I no longer have any interest in hearing about these people, except for Harry and Meghan.

  29. Mina_Esq says:

    Camilla just showing us her true colors by the friends she keeps. The woman is vile, and I’m glad she is getting a lot of blowback for this guy’s gross article.

  30. Leigh_s says:

    I’ll say this about the GOT reference, the target of that ‘wished for’ behavior was able to rain down the fires of retribution on her enemies, and those who stood with them. Those who revel in the first comparison forget the 2nd.

  31. ClarksvilleDisco says:

    Now a dentist should remove those horrific teeth.

  32. BookGrrl says:

    Jeremy Clarkson, what a vile and small man.

  33. C says:

    She won’t, and she certainly doesn’t have an obligation to be involved, but in my ideal world I’d love to hear Lena Headey who actually filmed that GoT scene speak about this.

  34. Sms says:

    That editorial was the most disgusting hateful diatribe I have ever read and I am so happy that so many British people have repudiated it and expressed their horror. I am also absolutely shocked that there has been no comment from the Palace. Their silence speaks volumes. Jeremy Clarkson has cemented his reputation as a vile bully. Good for his daughter who has more spine than the royals.

  35. Carl says:

    This is beyond vile. It’s criminal. He must be held accountable. And the evil villainess that ordered this hit piece of extraordinarily vileness must be held accountable as well obviously. On the other hand it seems the Consort is actually the Real MVP for the #abolishthemonarchy movement. She sure is working overtime to Sabotage the reputation/standing of the RF on the global stage. Her rude, unbecomming ” gossip”about Biden, the way she didn’t handle the Ngozi abuse, again and again, and now the Clarkson ish, her Lunch with him and Morgan, the disgusting and criminal hit piece on Meghan. I wonder if she truly felt Meghan a threat.I mean specific to her own Position. Because in the beginning Charles was taken with Meghan hence the Tungsten nickname, walking her down the aisle…and then there were those leaks about Charles being so gullible and always just parroting whatever the current person he likes says/thinks..those were so weird. The specificity of these alleged bad habits of Charles…Camilla may have feared Meghan was going to be able to weaken her influence over Charles and “make him woke” . Those circles gossip and latest after Meghan told those racist and sexist aristo douchebros politely how terrible the crap they were “joking” about is, it must have made the rounds and gotten back to the Consort. She knew what kind of human being Meghan is. The opposite of what the Rottweiler is. She felt threatened in my opinion. Which is why she can’t stop abusing Meghan. How dare a biracial American actress make the Rottweiler feel threatened for her position? Can’t let that slide unpunished…for eternity, it seems.

  36. Vanessa says:

    One I do not Believe for a Second That This horrible poor excuse for a man asked that the sun remove his article. I Think the Sun remove this article because of the public backlash and they were worried about liability issues or if something was to happen to Meghan people could use this article as proof of the press using dangerous hate speech that incite violence. Shame on the prime minister who said that their is no Racist in Britain it’s clearly that the establishment will continue to deny their a problem in Britain when its comes to Racism . While their citizens of color are being treated horribly by Racist they would rather sweep it under the rug and blame Meghan for their century long problem.

    • Jaded says:

      I agree Vanessa, The Sun editors took it down because they’re trying to cover their posteriors, but too little too late. I hope they’re both forced to step down and the PM retracts his comments about “no racism here, nope, not a bit folks!”. He’s insulated by his billionaire status and hasn’t got a clue what’s going on in real life.

    • booboocita says:

      It’s too late, anyways. The thing has been screenshot and retweeted and reposted to hell and back. No escaping that statement — for Clarkson or his “newspaper.” Can’t believe that no one at the Sun realizes: the Internet is forever.

      • C says:

        I think they did it because IPSOS requires you to have the headline when you submit a complaint and the headline itself isn’t linked in most articles covering this.
        So for anyone who still wants to lodge a complaint despite IPSOS being inept probably, here it is: “One Day, Harold the Glove Puppet Will Tell the Truth About a Woman Talking B****ks”. It was in the Sun, on December 16.

      • Blithe says:

        But they DO realize this. They deliberately kept the article up for days. Once most of their approving audience had read it, and shared it and cackled over it, they quietly took it down. Clarkson and the Sun got maximum publicity from this. They haven’t in any way disavowed either the article or its author. They are also secure in the knowledge that the article will live on, being quoted and reposted indefinitely.

        Lots of publicity with no apparent penalties — at least as of yet. I’m sure they’re applauding their own effortlessly vile accomplishments.

  37. Jaded says:

    We must keep this issue going, and call for Victoria Newton’s and Victoria Watson’s heads to roll. I don’t care about the “secret relationship” the gutter tabs have with the BRF, this is absolutely the most sickening thing I’ve ever read from them. And the fact that Camzilla’s dirty hands are all over this is disgusting. As I said in yesterday’s piece about this, I can picture her at this boozy luncheon with them all drunk and snickering over who can make the vilest comments about Meghan, and Clarkson ran with it. Keep it up KC and QC…you’re making a fine mess of your hopefully short reign.

  38. Emily_C says:

    I’ve said it before, and I have a feeling I’ll be saying it again. Frollo. There are a whole lot of Frollos obsessed with Meghan.

    Or, alternatively, and from one of my favorite movies: The Bishop of Aquila from Ladyhawke. If any of these men had the power to turn Harry into a wolf and Meghan into a hawk so they could never truly be together, they would.

  39. BeanieBean says:

    Update on my complaint to IPSO: I submitted a claim on Sunday & today received an email telling me that nothing I reported broke any of their rules so they were forwarding my complaint & contact info to the Sun so that they could deal with my concerns directly. Huh. What were other people’s experiences with submitting an IPSO complaint? Maybe I didn’t write my answers well enough.

    • Jaded says:

      I just got a “Thank you, we’re currently assessing your complaint and will let you know when we have made a decision” type email. I’m not expecting them to do anything about it, IPSO’s history of going after miscreants is pretty poor.

  40. booboocita says:

    Well, at least Meghan can stop beating herself up over trying and failing to fit into the BRF. She was NEVER going to fit in, regardless of how hard she tried or how much she did for that salty, bitter old country. My heart broke for her when I saw her say tearfully in the documentary that she really, really tried. Now she doesn’t have to try anymore. Shake the dust off your feet and walk away, Meghan! You owe those hags nothing!

    • Robert Phillips says:

      What I wish would happen would be for Harry & Meaghan to write an article addressing this. And not have it published in a British paper but many EU and US papers. Just so the British Media wouldn’t make any money but H&M would still be heard.

  41. Julianna says:

    First time poster. I admire so many people who post here; the authors of articles and the posters whose incisive analysis is appreciated.

    I am utterly horrified by Jeremy Clarkson’s article. I have been horrified by many media articles but this is beyond reason and the timing of having lunch with Camilla and then having this article posted in The Sun draws a clear line.

    I appreciate the links to protest Jeremy Clarkson’s ‘opinion piece’ that writers have been providing but I didn’t see any addresses for Amazon and they are producing and streaming ‘Clarkson’s Farm’ and ‘The Grand Tour’. They just renewed Clarkson’s Farm for season 2.

    I called because I wanted to have an email address to send a letter to about Amazon carrying Jeremy Clarkson’s shows. You won’t find anything readily available on their website. The customer service representative had to obtain the address from a supervisor and here it is for anyone that wishes to send something to Amazon about producing and streaming his shows.

    The email address is

  42. Myeh says:

    Ugh these people are so gross. I’m saddened more by the majority of people who just stay quiet and don’t condemn this sort of vile behavior. When did society normalize this outrageous racism as acceptable conduct? We are literally silent and not demanding this racist misogynist apologize, be fired and face some sort of legal and financial consequences rather than get away with it?

  43. Tashiro says:

    I don’t think Camilla et al sat around putting this together however the fact that no one so far in the palace or what ever have said anything to condemn this is a very, very bad look. This is hate speech. After all this is their daughter in-law. In spite of what a lot of ppl here say I think Charles loves his son and his family. It’s just that hey are so inept at so many things, besides this whole concept of not responding to things. They’re a mess. This does validate what Harry has been saying how they are held hostage by this RR system. They really are their own worst enemies.

    • Beverley says:

      Please recall that right after QE2 passed, Charles made it very clear that Meghan isn’t *family*. Harry was told not to bring her to that initial gathering after TQ died. This was announced publicly.

      We all know that if that Jeremy Clarkson made those vile comments about Kkkhate, a swift and scathing response would have come out of BP and KP. Charles is making it perfectly obvious that he doesn’t give a damn about Meghan. Harry will never go back because he sees how much his own family loathes his wife.

      So *maybe* *possibly* Chuck loves his son, but he also canceled their security/protection after their location in Canada was leaked.

      With “love” like that, who needs enemies?

  44. The Voice says:

    I have a fantasy that no one lines the streets for any royal engagements. And everyone refuses to pay taxes to support them. Their staff all quit. They become obsolete. Not with a bang but with a whimper. No one expects them to apologize because they’re a bunch of racists and they always will be. There are no expectations of them. Everyone is just indifferent which is a million times worse than people having an opinion of them. It’s such a drain and waste of time to gift them with our time and energy.

  45. QuiteContrary says:

    I am absolutely furious that Buckingham Palace has failed in this horrific instance to issue a statement. If we needed still more proof that the royals have fed Meghan to the tabloid wolves to protect their own sorry asses, this is it.

    Camilla should burn in hell with her pal Clarkson and Sun editor Victoria Newton. I know it’s Christmastime and everyone is busy, but I’d love to see a demonstration staged outside the palace. Highlight this disgrace in the palace’s front yard.

    A glimmer of light: Steve Coogan, Simon Pegg and Sally Hawkins have signed an open letter from Hacked Off to the UK government. The letter states, in part: “The vile, misogynist attack written by Jeremy Clarkson about the Duchess of Sussex in the Sun newspaper demonstrates the horrifying dangers of a rabid unregulated press. The Sun newspaper should not be allowed to perpetuate its platform for hate speech and incitement of violence against women or any other minority groups for the purposes of profiteering.”

    It goes on to denounce IPSO as “an impotent regulator that fails to address the harmful effects of dangerous, irresponsible publishing,” and calls for the implementation of the 2012 Leveson inquiry recommendations.

  46. katy b says:

    Knowing Jeremy Clarkson’s followers (I am re-traumatized by a relationship with every mention of him, as a previous bf idolized him and I know who JC is speaking to), “horrified” is a dog whistle. He truly doesn’t give a shit and is acknowledging with delight the impact he has had. HIs followers are eating it up. This is one of the reasons why I moved to the US to raise my son. There’s toxic masculinity here, but not to the same insidious degree as in the UK.

  47. B says:

    Both the surface read and the psychoanalytic read of his column are terrible.

  48. Monlette says:

    Not a word from Camilla, the patron queen of battered women. They are going to have to soften her image with puppies and kittens and fluffy petting zoo animals since she has proven every single time she can’t be trusted around humans.
    You know what has escaped people’s notice? The context of the scene Clarkson was foaming at the mouth about. Cersei’s crime wasn’t treason, but ADULTRY. An older, bitter queen trying to use the masses to lay low a younger, prettier, popular queen who had made her jealous and it all backfired on her to a terrible degree.
    Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
    Are we seeing life imitate art? You bet you. Only Camilla isn’t bright enough to shut the whole thing down that has gotten away from her while she sips her gin and tonic from a safe distance.

  49. hangonamin says:

    jeremy clarkson is the prime example of a white man troll. He says horrible, offensive, obscene things for clickbait. it doesn’t even matter if he believes in the things he says…the more outrageous the better. and because he is a white man, he gets away with it with a meager apology that is half-a$$ed. switch his role with any minority and you’d get immediate cancellation. the media also knows they can count on him for click-bait…the more outraged people are, the more re-tweets, the more clicks and comments and more revenue. the best we can do is STOP indulging in him.

  50. Luna17 says:

    I have two episodes left of the Netflix show but damn it makes Harry and Meg look good and the Royal family look bad IMO. This guy is crazy and evil. How many people not embarrassed by that time and energy they gonna give to hating someone? No doubt race plays a role but it’s obvious that anyone with any charisma and intelligence marrying into that family would be faced with so much jealousy and anger (just like Diana). Really gross.

  51. JRenee says:

    I was absolutely mortified. A statement condemning this would have been released immediately if it were Kate. This dude is definitely stirring up the hate!

  52. Interested Gawker says:

    The entire piece suggests that The Duke of Sussex has been manipulated by his wife.

    People are getting lost in the weeds with this GOT scene. That, calling Harry/Henry “Harold” and perhaps even Nicola Sturgeon are misdirection. That piece painted a lurid, graphic, sexualized depiction of “being used as a puppet” and links their names with an abusive serial killer of children. It was obscene and insulting towards them both. The point was idea that this guy dreams of punishing the woman he deemed responsible for ‘grooming and manipulating’ the son of the king. Was “Harold” a dodge to claim this was satire?(Would using the Duke’s actual name in that piece make Clarkson/The Sun more open to a lawsuit?) Is it also a swipe at the Sussexes for a hashtag at William’s expense some months ago that the Sussexes had no hand in making trend -putting that filth in public domain in a publication rather than social media? The key is Rose West. (And, consider that the name and emoji “Rose” has also dogged William in recent years…) All this disgraceful piece was meant to do is link the idea that the Duke is being abused in the same hideous manner as a child killer’s crimes and imprint it on the minds of angry, unwell people. That the palace made zero attempt to give even the barest disapproval to this article after Camilla was seen lunching with Megan’s abusers has made it clear the BRF WANT harm to come to the Sussexes. The Sun is a Murdoch paper. A MP named John Nicolson tweeted that he heard that Clarkson, Murdoch and Boris Johnson had lunch together on the 18th. Is that true? Is it false? It certainly wouldn’t surprise me if it was true. Wouldn’t one less litigant in the phone hacking case be one less headache for Murdoch. Should it be legal for all his media organs continually slate someone they have legal dispute with?Grazia had an article outlined many occasions when Clarkson took gratuitous swipes at the Duchess over the past two years, this recent one being the most incendiary. Clarkson needs to make an actual apology to Meghan and Harry, he should be deplatformed and kicked off the air, the editor of the paper should lose her job and journalists who have a spine should dig into who knew what when in a obvious attempt to incite violence under royal approval making THAT the story, not titter over GOT.

    • Julia K says:

      Is it possible that the piece could have been written by more than one person? Collaboration? There is so much, as you point out, that is inflammatory in so many ways. Could a team effort reduce the risk of a lawsuit?

      • Interested Gawker says:

        That I don’t know, I don’t know the legal implications between the newspaper, Clarkson himself, the editor, the owner. To my mind, that’s too many potential cooks in a 48hour period creating this ugly soup and two sinister luncheons with too much overlap within that dirty little crew if that MP’s intel is correct. The guy tasked with taking media complaints only declined having a dinner with Murdoch after someone from the Guardian asked if it was appropriate for a person in his position! Clarkson’s grotesque enough to put a lot out under his name that’s unsavory but this piece with the dog whistles, insults, vivid sexualized imagery references-both subtle and unsubtle, the addition of a scene from a popular show to support that imagery as well as ‘shame, shame, shame’ being a common meme on Twitter was constructed like a satanic jeweler, I don’t know if he is that ‘good’ of a writer/propagandist… I do know its a dangerous game and the players aren’t even trying to secret their roles in terms of openly showing H&M malice.

    • Lisa says:

      Everything is, has been, and always will be about money and power. The class system protects those things. Meghan and Harry represent the causes of social justice, equality, fairness of wages and taxes, non-exploitation of people, animals, planet. The left vs the right, liberal vs. conservative. Those with power and wealth, as epitomized by the royals, will do everything in their power to protect the massive advantage over the “common man” that they have had for millennia. The media feeds off of this and perpetuates it. They will give nothing away willingly.

  53. Rob says:

    I don’t expect a response or Amazon to do anything about it, but I made it clear when I sent them an email of my displeasure regarding Clarkson. I asked if they would truly want to be paired with this person who spews violence and more towards someone like Meghan Markle? This guy has a 160 pound deal with Amazon, so I don’t think they’ll ever drop him, but I wanted it on the record. I agree with those who have commented before me, I agree with it all! Bottom line is action speaks louder than words.

  54. Hummingbird says:

    The mother of Caroline Flack was on the radio ( LBC with Sheila Fogherty) talking about JCs vile rant.
    It was heartbreaking to hear her remind us of the way her daughter was driven to suicide because of the lies printed about her in the press and the subsequent tide of hatred that spewed from the comments section of the BM rags.
    These editors and columnists have a moral duty to remember the power of words and the impact they have. Sadly, they have sold their souls for a well paid job.
    Caroline wasn’t perfect. Nobody is. She was treated as a nothing but she was someone’s everything.
    They won’t be happy until the same thing happens to Meghan.

  55. AC says:

    I agree with one of the commenters that said there’s a lot of MAGAs(Trump like people) in the UK. I’ve visited 3 times and although there were some people who are nice many we met were super arrogant and made others who are not like them feel inferior. I haven’t gone back since , and even try to avoid Heathrow as a stopover when we fly to countries in Europe. They still feel like they own the world . They dislike everyone who’s not them. The US has its own problems but thank Goodness majority of Americans have taken a stand against Bullies, (proven by the last presidential election and midterms). We don’t care if you’re a billionaire or part of an outdated RF, bottoms line is Americans don’t like bullies.
    The UK on the other hand, if you think racism and sexism is wrong Speak Up. It’s a start with some in parliament writing a letter denouncing JC, but don’t let it stop there .
    And then you get people in the UK like Sharon Osbourne who thinks HM are entitled and all they do is whine – when in reality HM is making a stand against bullying and racism which looks like her fellow UK countrymen and women are highly encouraging. Doesn’t look good for a country who tries to hold on to being proper and having class. The outdated British way of “carry on” doesn’t work anymore in the 21st century .